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”True Diligence”| Single Reviews.

Julien Baker – ''Faith Healer'' Towards the air the emotion goes, and yet another emotive ballad from the talented Julien Baker hits the atmosphere with true diligence. The singer/songwriter from Tennessee blends acoustic flair and her elegant vocals to create another ...

I’m feeling angsty today | single reviews

Meet Me @ the Altar - "Garden": It's self-evident why Meet Me @ the Altar is possibly Fueled By Ramen's most important release to date. If you're living under a rock, this band, who we picked as a 2020 Florida Band to Watch, is an all female PoC trio, which is basically a unicorn when it comes to ...

Bring Me The Horizon Release New Single “Teardrops”

Bring Me The Horizon recently announced their nine-song EP Post Human: Survival Horror is due to be released on October 30th. It features hit singles "Obey" featuring Yungblud, "Parasite Eve," and "Ludens," The band just released their fourth single, "Teardrops" via Annie Mac / BBC Radio 1 in ...

“The gloves are off” | Single Reviews

Words by Mark McConville / Photo by Ed Mason Architects – "Animals." Architects have become pioneers of heaviness. Since their start the band has thrown down the gauntlet, becoming a mainstay in the hearts of demanding but eclectic metal fans. With eight albums under their belts, they’ve shown ...

News & Reaction: Attack Attack! reportedly back together

I just logged onto Twitter and saw something surprising. "Attack Attack" trending. 660k tweets. I figured that couldn't possibly mean what I thought, especially with that amount of tweets. But, 2020 gonna 2020 I guess. Shout out to my friend Micah Powers for informing me (albeit indirectly) of ...

Dougie Poole – The Freelancer’s Blues

Song titles like "Vaping on the Job" and "These Drugs Aren't Working" conjure a mood of slight humor, even a wistfulness perhaps. Certainly an artist with an album titled Wideass Highway couldn't possibly taken himself too seriously. This anti-establishment rhetoric was particularly prevalent in the ...

Wrest – A World That Has Left You Unspoken

This is an emotive record. An EP boundless in creativity and sincerity, and it’s all from a Scottish act from Edinburgh, which can stake their claim as a band to watch with fixated eyes. Their new EP A World That Has Left You Unspoken, has the power to change perceptions. Not only does it sound ...